Tag Archives: ignorance
The Great Emergence: Why I ain’t afraid of no (Holy) Ghost.
[In my last post I suggested that a recent dialogue at Fuller raised two issues for me. First, the interplay between being a responsible but engaging and provocative communicator and the fear of the Holy Spirit I see in the … Continue reading
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If the “Truth mine” approach to the Bible is so broken, why is it so widespread and why do Christians keep using it?
[In my previous posts I have suggested approaching the Bible as a “truth mine,” to be excavated for eternal and divine truths that are applicable to everyone, is problematic for several reasons. The development and nature of the Bible itself … Continue reading →